Indian team sealed the T20I series against England 2-1 by an emphatic win by 75 runs at Bangalore. After losing the toss, the hosts were asked to bat first and they put a huge total of 202-6 in the first innings and a lot of credit for that big total goes to India's middle order batsman Suresh Raina, who scored 63 runs in just 45 deliveries with the help of 5 sixes and two boundaries.
During an interview with BCCI.tv, Raina talked about the match situation, he said, "I was thinking of being positive, especially in the first six overs as the team has a lot of batting depth. I and Rahul had a very good partnership. In next few overs, we decided to bat sensibly."
He concluded by talking about his brilliant catch, he said,"After two dot balls fielders need to be ware at the boundary as in the venue like Bangalore batsman looks to hit big and that creates a chance to take a brilliant catch.."
For the complete interview, watch the video posted below.